Circulation

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12 Sep 2019
The formation of excess fibrous tissue in the heart, which underlies several heart diseases, could be prevented by inhibiting specific proteins that bind to RNA while its code is being translated.
Measuring exercise abilities
04 Mar 2019
A group of Hokkaido University scientists and collaborators have developed a method that could be used to treat heart failure patients whose exercise capacity has been impaired.
22 Jan 2019
South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) held an open studio event, showcasing the final products of Science-Art Residency Project, carried out by Science Walden that conducts fusion research for a new ecosystem, including circulation.
Red Sea waters
23 Jul 2018
Volcanic eruptions in Mexico and the Philippines can lead to atmospheric changes that favor the ventilation of deep water in the Red Sea.
Rosette CTD for Red Sea sampling
27 Nov 2017
Turbulence and nutrient availability drive changes in Red Sea microbes.
Red Sea gene pool follows water flow
03 Oct 2017
Satellite imagery shows how currents shape the Red Sea ecosystem.
More rain for the Red Sea if El Niño breezes in
30 Jul 2017
Modeling leads to a better understanding of the role El Niño plays in increasing rainfall along the Red Sea coast.
Red Sea study region
05 Dec 2016
An advanced numerical model is helping researchers better understand the variability of the Red Sea’s climate patterns.
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25 Apr 2016
Compression Hosiery and Knee Brace for Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) and Knee Pain.
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08 Mar 2016
A research team in Korea has suggested an innovative concept of a reactor cooled by supercritical state carbon dioxide (S-CO2). The core has long life (20 years) without refueling as well as inherent safety features.
Red Sea
06 Mar 2016
Studies conducted at the Saudi Aramco-KAUST Marine Environmental Research Center provide new insights into the physical and biological aspects of the Red Sea.
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03 Jul 2015
An international team has been developing a new experimental technique - the decay-pion spectroscopy of electro-produced hypernuclei since 2011.
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02 Apr 2015
An opinion article by Professor Koichiro Oka of Waseda University, Japan
14 Aug 2014
Universiti Teknologi MARA researchers are investigating the properties of lemongrass fibers to help prevent fluid circulation problems while drilling for oil and gas.
29 Apr 2014
Kathmandu, Nepal, April 30, 2014: Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) announced today the Asian institutions that would be part of four new multi-partner research consortia for tackling the impacts of climate change in Africa and Asia.
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09 Apr 2014
A landmark experiment on wave interference from the early 1800s is revisited using gold nanoparticles
24 Jan 2014
Is charity altruistic or egoistically motivated? Are there ethical and unethical religious giving? Is there anything specifically ‘Asian’ about particular conceptions of ethical giving? What are our alternatives to thinking through such issues beyond simple dichotomies?
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06 Jan 2014
(Tokyo, 6 Jan 2014) Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology identify links between the palatability of various tastes and circulation in different parts of the face.
29 Aug 2013
The new study by Prof. Sarah Kang from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), showed that the ozone depletion over the South Pole has affected the extreme daily precipitation in the austral summer, for December, January, and February. This work was published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.
20 May 2013
Singapore's National Metrology Centre celebrates World Metrology Day, “Measurements in Daily Life”
05 Mar 2013
(Toyohashi, Japan, 5 March) - From improving Japanese to English machine translation to carbon nanocoils fracture like an automobile spring—the Toyohashi Tech e-Newsletter offers reviews of its latest news
16 Aug 2012
Two new genetic variants associated with resistance to severe malaria are identified in a study published in Nature this week. These genetic variants may confer resistance by affecting certain steps involved in disease development. The variants may represent candidates for the development of medical control measures against malaria.
mouse with gout
23 Mar 2012
Detecting imminent attacks of gout is now possible using a new modification to an established medical imaging technique
caribbean beach
21 Mar 2012
To boost their tourist industries, Caribbean countries are looking for new opportunities closer to home — among families and friends in the Caribbean diaspora.
31 Jan 2012
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25 Oct 2011
Scholar urge caution from blind reliance on the market to resolve current food crisis
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09 Sep 2011
A popular flu medication’s neurologic side effects in children may be the result of inefficient drug clearance in the immature brain
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04 Jul 2011
PolyU’s innovative secured retinal imaging system for diabetic care
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10 May 2011
A severe earthquake and massive tsunami hit the Pacific coastline of eastern Japan on March 11, 2011. A total of six nuclear power plants automatically shut down because of the earthquake. Power from outside the plant was also lost. Emergency diesel generators started operating.

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